NNG Launch the iGO Primo Nextgen Navigation in India
By NDTV Auto Team
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Published on September 8, 2014
NNG has launched the iGO Primo Nextgen Navigation in India and have brought their groundbreaking technology for the OEMs here along with it. NNG has managed to localise the iGo Primo to India so that it can help navigate through the vast network of roads that stretch across the country.
Designed specifically to cater to automotive needs, NNG's 10 years of industry experience and projects for over 30 car manufacturers has helped them enhance the iGO Primo. It features an adaptive HMI allowing easy customization for different hardware, screen size and resolution, while also being platform-independent.
This easy adaptability will help OEMs and with that provide an affordable navigation solution to the automotive industry. Flexibility is also present in data entry modes, as the iGO Primo nextgen supports multimodal data entry, including touch screen, rotary controller, and voice control, as well as a combination of these technologies.
Another added advantage to the OEM will be an additional feature set which is already in the final stages of development. This feature will offer seamless integration with the smartphone of the driver. With data aggregated from multiple content providers, it will allow live weather updates and parking help but also possesses features like local search and traffic updates that will guide you to the closest, traffic free route and offer high end connectivity, content updates and data synchronization. The additional feature set is planned to be part of iGO primo nextgenin the coming months.
Peter Bolesza, Vice President of Emerging Markets at NNG said, "NNG's vision is that this revolutionary navigation technology will be the game changer for navigation in India. This new software is part of our vision to create user friendly and affordable navigation solutions for all. The software can be adapted to any hardware or car model, which makes it truly unique; we enable our partners to choose the right mix of technologies for every model of their vehicle brands. We are hoping that the response from the Indian market will be appreciative as we continue to commit ourselves to consistently develop innovative next generation navigation solutions to ensure smooth, congestion-free, convenient and distraction free commuting in India."
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